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 Snuff films: What do you think of them? (25)

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Snuff films: What do you think of them?

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I think they're a good way to diagnose mental disorders. If you enjoy them, congratulations, you're a sociopath.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
TERMINATOR(6718) Disputed
1 point

I watch some. I do not find them in the least disturbing. Am I a sociopath?

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
2 points

Probably. If I were to guess, I'd say you've suffered some traumatic events in your life; neglect and/or physical/sexual abuse that you're struggling with (although you've probably convinced yourself that you're not as a method of coping). I'd be willing to bet that you've been bullied, have bullied others, have a history of abusing animals and that overall, you suffer from antisocial personality disorder. I'm not a psychologist, that's just a hunch, but it's probably a lot more accurate than your horoscope in the paper today.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
aveskde(1901) Disputed
1 point

I watch some. I do not find them in the least disturbing. Am I a sociopath?

No.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
aveskde(1901) Disputed
1 point

I think they're a good way to diagnose mental disorders. If you enjoy them, congratulations, you're a sociopath.

It's really not that simple.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
zimzim(40) Disputed
1 point

you are a fuck you shit i hope you die you will burn in hell you fucked up shit

152 days ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?

In most cases, snuff films must have legal or written rights to portray the death or murder of a person or people because it is insensitive to the victim's family.

Should they profit on the death of someone? Well, in order for the film company to profit, the family must profit on the death of a family member.

The Manson Family was a brutal description of what happened to those people, and for the general part, it is really nobody's business except the victim's family, the police and the jury.

3 years ago | Side: Legal Rights
1 point

If there is an evil in the world, it is the murdering of innocent people. Snuff films take this a step further and and are a prideful recording of a heinous act.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
TERMINATOR(6718) Disputed
1 point

If there is an evil in the world, it is the murdering of innocent people. Snuff films take this a step further and and are a prideful recording of a heinous act.

Nigh everything one has heard about snuff films is a lie. Whilst some do exist - very few - most are of accidents resulting in grievous injury and/or terroristic activities. Notable is the Budd Dwyer suicide.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
aveskde(1901) Disputed
1 point

Nigh everything one has heard about snuff films is a lie. Whilst some do exist - very few - most are of accidents resulting in grievous injury and/or terroristic activities. Notable is the Budd Dwyer suicide.

The premise is snuff films as actual recordings of murder. This does not include simulations, forgeries, accidents caught on tape, and so on.

I am fully aware about them and this fact.

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?

anyone who enjoys watching them is sick. it is wrong to take enjoyment from a person, who we dont know, being tortured and/or killed, for what ever reason. i would not like to be a relative of that person, to know that they died for the disturbing enjoyment of some weirdo.

3 years ago | Side: disgusting and wrong
TERMINATOR(6718) Disputed
1 point

anyone who enjoys watching them is sick.

Prove it.

it is wrong to take enjoyment from a person, who we dont know, being tortured and/or killed, for what ever reason.

Why?

i would not like to be a relative of that person, to know that they died for the disturbing enjoyment of some weirdo.

Why?

3 years ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?
1 point

1)really, death is not something that we use to entertain ourselves. snuff films, while not illegal, are like what porn is to rape, except in this case it is imitating murder.

2)it is wrong to take enjoyment with it because the victim was human. imagine his whole life. his family, his potential future, all taken away by some dudes with a camera in an effort to make money or entertain themselves.

3)i would not like to be a relative of the victim, because i would know him/her. he would not be a random face on a screen, asking for mecry, having his life flash before his eyes. he would be someone i knew, who i understood. and then i would also think of people watching the film that the criminal created. i would think of the reasons and expressions. some might just stumble on to it, they would react clearly disturbed at what they saw. others might dare each other to watch it, laughing at the others reactions. then, worst of all, i would fear some people with a demented personality would actually try to get off on it. i know some of those reactions might not happen, but that would not stop me from wondering what type of person would actually enjoy the film. how can i grieve my loss at the thought of some one enjoying my families and my loss.

3 years ago | Side: disgusting and wrong
1 point

yay thats right watching an innocent person being raped and killed is a hoble thing

152 days ago | Side: Snuff films: What do you think of them?


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